Living alone

Hearing loss and living alone.

Hearing aids will improve your daily quality of life. There are times though, like when sleeping, showering or just puttering around at home when you might not have your assistive hearing devices. If you are surrounded by others with normal hearing you should be fine. For those who are living alone, there can be challenges.  …

Hearing loss and living alone. Read More »

15 years Falls of Sound

15 Years Falls of Sound.

They say that time flies when you’re having fun. Here at ‘Falls of Sound Hearing Solutions’, we believe it must be true. To be honest, it came as a bit of a shock to realize that we were less than a month away from our 15th anniversary. It seems that it was just moments ago …

15 Years Falls of Sound. Read More »


Rosie off to England

If there is one thing that all of us here at ‘Falls of Sound’ have in common, it is that we are all big-hearted people dedicated to helping those in need. While this normally gives us a great deal of satisfaction, there are times when it leads to less joyful happenings. Visitors to our Maroochydore …

Rosie off to England Read More »

Nick Parkyn

Farewell Nick

  In life whether it is personal or business there are bittersweet moments. On November 30th the team here at ‘Falls of Sound’ will experience one such event. The audiologist at our Indooroopilly hearing clinic, Nick Parkyn, will be leaving us to move on to greener pastures. Nick first came to work with us in …

Farewell Nick Read More »

bluetooth hearing aid

Why Your Bluetooth Hearing Aid isn’t Working and How to Fix It.

There is no doubt that Bluetooth hearing aids have opened the door to a world of possibilities. They make it possible to stream music, television audio and even theatre events directly into your hearing aids. They put near-total control of your listening experience in the palm of your hand. They connect you directly to the …

Why Your Bluetooth Hearing Aid isn’t Working and How to Fix It. Read More »

Sue Clothier

Remembering Sue Clothier

It is with a heavy heart that we inform you of the passing of Sue Clothier. It has been said that you can choose your friends but you can’t choose your family. That is not entirely true. If we are lucky we encounter a few special people who become such an integral part of our …

Remembering Sue Clothier Read More »

Lyric By Phonak

Lyric by Phonak, How Special is it?

Why One of the main reasons that many people are reluctant to get hearing aids is vanity. It is just human nature to care about how we look and to fear being stigmatised. Now, sufferers of mild to moderately-severe hearing loss need not worry. The Lyric by Phonak delivers near natural hearing in a package …

Lyric by Phonak, How Special is it? Read More »

Anzac Day

ANZAC Day, one hundred years celebrations coming to a close.

The History In 1901 Australia became a federated nation. Though proud of its new status, the former British colony did not garner much respect from the international community. Known primarily for its penal colonies, sparse population and distance from the rest of the civilised world.  It was viewed much as the forgotten stepchild of the …

ANZAC Day, one hundred years celebrations coming to a close. Read More »


Celebrations Come in Threes this Year!

Have you ever heard the expression “Everything happens in threes”? Well, we don’t know about everything. But, Come April 1, of this year there are 3 happenings that deserve recognition.   One From popular culture, it is ‘April Fool’s Day’ or ‘All Fools day’. A day set aside in many different cultures around the world …

Celebrations Come in Threes this Year! Read More »